steve scalise, house majority whip. the texas democratic congressman who says the president showing some promise. rhonda mcdaniel. all the reaction. all on f be and the. see you then. >> dana: live from washington, d.c., i am dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, jesse watters and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 and our nation's capital. and this is speethirty. four hours away from the state of the evening address live at 9:00 p.m. eastern. the bells are ringing. it's amazing. greg gutfeld is singing. president trump addressed a joint session of congress last february. we are expected to get excerpts when they come in. the white house is the tone of the speech will be bright and optimistic.
the president speaking about jobs, the economy, immigration, trade, national security. it has been a contentious year between republicans democrats will there be more unity and less divisiveness? let's go to greg. >> greg: two observations. he's going to do a great job because the expectations are set so low by the media. they are so upset with him, and they expect so little from him that all he will have to do is just the -- >> dana: i think expectations are high this time. >> greg: i don't think so it all. people are looking forward to them being evil and wrong command he will be nice. the other thing is i want to take a page out of angie ferguson from "the weekly standard." it would be much better if he got there and said you don't need this. i tweet every day. you don't need the state of the union. all you have to do is follow me
on twitter. i tell you everything that's on my mind. this is the first and last state of the union i'm ever going to do. take your family after dinner on those bonuses. i'm going home. that would be the most awesome state of the union of all time. >> dana: he might get a standing ovation. >> greg: the problem is it is so fake. the reason why the state of the union sucks is that it is so fake. standing up, sitting down. it is so choreographed, manufactured. it's it makes me sad inside, like a lot of things. >> dana: i am one of the shortest people ever on the planet. s-hole were just realizing that? >> dana: they gave me a choice between a pillow and a heated seats. i chose the heated seat. are you excited for tonight? >> jesse: i am excited. i want to watch ruth bader ginsburg fall asleep. >> dana: she is not going to be there. >> jesse: darn it.
someone is going to fall asleep and embarrass themselves. at one point the camera will go to very old senator and that senator will be dozing off and those of the best moments. interesting to see people bring returns of the democrats are bringing illegal aliens. a lot of people are saying they should bring i.c.e. agents. round them up right there. other people are bringing transgender military members. i'm hearing the congressional black caucus might do a black power fist and walk out. all of these may be noble causes but i don't think democrats are connecting with mainstream america. the president is going to be on teleprompter. a lot of people who support president trump love teleprompter trump. they used to make fun of barack obama when he was on the teleprompter but we love president trump when he is on the teleprompter. it's going to be recounting all of the winning, which could take a long time, juan. looking forward to the next year and look at immigration and trade.
>> dana: do buy it, juan? >> juan: i am overwhelmed by the winning. so much winning. i look at the numbers. >> jesse: trump said you would be sick of it. >> juan: it is so overwhelming, i am thrilled. i understand as his guest he will have stormy daniels may be. or how about steve wynn. a $130,000 shot. you have a guy going to stand prompter and i think from what we hear, gary cohn, who did so well for the president and davos coming is really in charge of the speech along with stephen miller. stephen miller is kind of a fire and brimstone guy. he look at the guest list, you're going to have people there whose children were killed by ms-13. i think they're going to go back hard on the immigration side of it. that's going to come from miller. i think from gary cohn, you will
hear a lot of talk about the benefits of economics and the tax cut and the hope that while he talked about america first, he is not saying -- i am repeating lines he said it davos. it's not america alone. in that sense, it really does speak to something i hope he does witches reach out to the american people and say that there is a possibility. my fear is that's not donald trump. i can dream about it. >> dana: even a year ago in february when he did the joint session speech, kimberly, it was a teleprompter speech. that was where many commentators from both the left and right said now, that's a presidential speech. >> kimberly: i think resident trumpets going to exceed expectations tonight. he has a lot of material to work with in terms of accomplishments with the economy, infrastructure, tax reform, immigration. all of the above. i think there's a lot of checkpoints he can make in terms of saying hey, this is what i promised the american people, the working class men and women across the country that felt forgotten. i am honoring my promises that i
made during the campaign, fulfilling them during my presidency. the whole theme of a safe and strong america is one that resonates. there can't be anybody who's against a safe, strong, prosperous country. >> dana: one of the things a good economy allows you to do is have space to think about of the things you want to work on. if jobs are back in the american people are feel the economy is better and confidence, he is expected to talk about infrastructure and opiate addiction in addition to immigration. >> greg: i don't want him to talk about anything. i have to reiterate i don't want here what he can make government do more of. you should do a punch list, the jobs numbers, the economy, how many isis fighters were killed. that's what happened this year. i'm going to try and do some other things this year. another punch list, three things, and be done with it. this is for the rest of america, not for the left of america. he shouldn't care about
impressing people that want more government. he should just do it. the reason why he is so different and the reason why a provider's problems with him is that he's running a country like it's a business. he is like a boss and he can't shake it. he should treat it like a meeting, comes in and goes okay, we did this. we did this. that's all right. we've got to do this. if you we don't do this, you are in trouble. i am firing this guy. that's how he talks. he judges do that. wait used to go, it didn't matter who is doing the state of the union, it was pompous and choreographed and we pretended to be interested. let's just let it go. it >> dana: but you're definitely going to watch? >> greg: i have to. the great thing about trumka a look at the correspondents' dinner. these traditional things implode under his watch. why can't this one? >> jesse: the president does receive better numbers when he does these big, the pomp and circumstance, the majesty of it
all. trump does very well. the democrats on the other hand have i think six different responses to the state of the union. they are totally fractured. who knows what they are going to say. bernie is doing his thing. i believe kamala harris is doing her thing. who knows what the democratic party stands for anymore. so i think trump will receive a big bump after tonight. >> dana: there was a headline today that said democrats, especially in red states, are starting to panic because of all the good economic news. >> juan: i don't think that's rational. one of the interesting things about trump's poor poll numbers as if you ask the american people about the economy, they say the economy is good. economic confidence, consumer confidence up. but they don't necessarily connect that to donald trump. they give lots of credit, more credit to barack obama. and obviously most presidents, while they are in office, they take credit for anything because they also get blamed for everything. here's a situation where the american people say it's
clearly, the recovery was ongoing. trump comes in. in response to greg's terrible attitude about our wonderful state of the union address, you get -- you're going to have some reality tv. you have mr. reality tv delivering the speech. so i think you're going to have people who don't show up. lots of members of the hispanic caucus, the black caucus say, why should i show up? [siren blaring] >> dana: they are coming for you. i think one of the things -- one of the reasons greg and others feel that way is that it wasn't supposed to be that way. the state of the union is supposed to be just a letter or notification that everything is fine. don't worry about stuff. but it has grown so much. the visualization of who you bring, it's almost become more important than the actual words of the speech. tonight both sides are going to have very compelling and interesting members of the american public there. >> kimberly: is also a visual
presentation. symbolic in terms of your party, your movement, the type of things you want to accomplish. and maybe some of the points you want to make that you need to improve upon. support from this community where that community. i think president trump, besides having a visual presentation of who shows up for him, it's also really going to be strong in terms of the rhetoric and mirroring some of the themes he laid out in davos as well because he does have quite a bit to work with. for president trump, i don't think he's going to miss the opportunity to capture the moment for the american people because there's a lot more he wants to accomplish, and this is the way in the vehicle by which he can really garner that support moving forward for some of the legislative policies. >> jesse: for all the democrats that say this guys the worst president of all time, they are going to be jumping over themselves to try to shake his hand as he walks down the aisle to get a nice photo
opportunity. >> juan: did you miss the idea that people aren't showing up to protest. >> jesse: soap trump is not going to shake any democratic hands? do you want to make a bet? >> juan: the news is, they say it's not news about the jets that landed at national airport. it is news about the jets that crash. >> jesse: no one cares who is not showing up. >> juan: there are protests in the streets. >> dana: we have a whole 50 minutes left to talk about this. coming up, celebrities and activists. gather for an anti-trump state of the union. oh, manatees. aka "the sea cow""
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>> greg: last night was the people's state of the union. the left-wing answer to tonight's state of the union. do you want a taste? have a bucket. >> this man who claims to be teddy got rid of climate science programs already. he actually rides his horse to work like a [bleep]. >> greg: that is fisher stevens. i thought he was dead but he is still alive. and apparently a celebrity. afterwards, news outlets focused on one thing only: star power. not the principles. star power. because without that, the event was just a rehash of anti-was hard left diatribes. american-caused genocide? check. real winners. what caught the press was not the radicalism but that it was
star-studded. true, there was mark ruffalo. if that is star-studded so is any rest stop on sunset boulevard. i should know. with the press ignored, the same divisive politics that spooks most americans, blaming others through problems is so last decade and yet they can't stop. what's also weird, this event was last night which tells you everything. the only one here themselves. the curse of refusing to hear those you disagree with, you remove the one step that unites people, which is conversation. only leads to conflict without it, but maybe that's what they want. the people's state of the union may not be about people at all but the vision and emotional actors who celebrity provides cover for their unpopular radical beliefs. they need the cover because no one wants leftism. it hurts too many lives. look at history. last night may have felt like a great movie for the media but it's one will be that america will happily skip.
you know, jesse, what drove me nuts about this, and i say driving me nuts loosely because i really don't care. i am nuts already. everything was about how star-studded it was. they left out the fact that they were talking about was so purely anti-american drivel that you've heard for 40, 50 years. a gossip columnist for people, they can't handle it. >> jesse: here's how i knew it wasn't star-studded. when juan asked who was going to be at the event and we said mark ruffalo and he said who is that. he said what movies i see benin, and we all started googling mark ruffalo. these guys aren't a-listers. if you put them on a panel like this, they can't debate the issues. there is no substance to the argument. it is all anger. something mark ruffalo said that bother me, he accused president trump of being lazy. ruffalo wakes up and does
10:00 a.m. yoga on the beach in malibu and then gets his fingernails waxed. this guy is not a hard worker. being an actor in hollywood is the easiest job in the world. >> dana: what is fingernail waxing? >> jesse: i have no idea but he does that. >> kimberly: i think he means fingernail buffing. >> greg: juan, michael moore used the phrase cleanse when he was talking about white males, like we need to cleanse white male privilege. do you think that's going to go over well with middle america? let's cleanse america of white male privilege. which basically says get rid of white males. >> juan: it is about privilege. we talk about low wattage celebrities, this essentially is a left-wing version of the tea party in 2010. >> greg: tea party was actually americans. everyday americans. tell me, celebrity.
it's apples and oranges. nice try. the tea party was an actual organic, real movement by americans. >> juan: this is not real? this is so real they have town hall in the middle of manhattan packed last night. >> jesse: little of manhattan! how did celebrity work out for hillary? >> juan: than hundreds of thousands of people watching, streaming. including greg. >> kimberly: on greg's behalf, he sort of had to. >> juan: let me drop the bomb for you guys. the blast was there. go ahead, blow up. i know you don't like de blasio. >> dana: it's not surprising he was there. >> greg: kimberly, do you care that de blasio was there? >> kimberly: if big bird was
there. i don't care -- i would have the real people like you had in the tea party movement in celebrities without scripts. not a good idea. trying to come forward to proffer some enthusiasm and a sense of honor and integrity to criticize with happening in the country. i don't think it worked. he didn't do anything for me. it didn't move me. >> jesse: he used avenue and >> greg: i watched it, and ruffalo really believed it. i could see him possibly running. he's not really a big star. >> kimberly: he is very into the environments. >> greg: he was talking but the pipeline protests. how did that end up? >> dana: getting approved. >> greg: thank you, mark. >> dana: the democrats are in a real pickle. they have this division. how do you figure it out, your
chuck schumer and you're trying to figure it out, the goal in 2018 is to try to take back the senate and the house. but the senate in particular. he's got red state democrats having to run for reelection in ten states were president trump won some of those states by double digits. yet he has a base that's pulling them so far to the left, and they are energized. young people are energized by this type of hollywood thing. >> greg: they don't know about communism and socialism and how many millions of died. >> dana: do you want to challenge them to a debate? celebrities versus "the five." >> greg: mark ruffalo. >> juan: you forgot my favorite, cynthia nixon. she made a great point which is a year ago when trump gave a speech, guess what, russian was hanging over trump's head and tonight's seat gives this
speech, russia is still hanging over trump's head. >> greg: none of those liberals in the 70s or 60s, russia wasn't never hanging over their heads. they were fellow travelers with the communist. >> juan: russia didn't help them get elected. >> dana: didn't cynthia nixon say she might run? >> greg: she better not run until she does the "sex and the city" sequel. see if just be yourself, greg. >> greg: lawmakers on the hill are divided over secret russia memo.
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up on the fbi. meanwhile house speaker paul ryan baxley memo's release. >> there may have been malfeasance at the fbi by certain individuals, so it's our job in conducting transparent oversight of the executive branch. sunshine is the best disinfectant. we want this information to come out so that transparency can reign supreme. >> jesse: transparency, if there abuses in the doj and fbi, what's wrong with finding out what they are. >> juan: i have no problem with finding out what they are but this is written by devin nunes, head of house intel, who's been a total stooge, lackey for president trump. >> jesse: but it is based on facts. >> juan: it is based on cherry picked facts. >> jesse: based on actual raw intelligence. >> juan: no, it's not. if it was raw intelligence, it
would be classified and you couldn't see it. listen, let me tell you something. this is a set up. you talk about transparency, and i offer government transparency but this is about muddying the waters, degrading the fbi, go after justice. i think this is a lead up to potentially trump going after rod rosenstein. >> jesse: if there are dirty cops, you want to know it on the streets and you want to know in the federal government. what you think? you just don't like the word memo. it >> greg: i've never seen an earth shattering moma life. i love our viewers. do not let yourself get let down by all the liberals over russian collusion. when i see the fraser earth shattering or jaw-dropping, it reminds me of those late-night cinemax cinemax movies that promise so much and then you watch two hours and relied why did i watc. nothing happened. nobody is even that good lookin
looking. >> jesse: dana, what do you say about this? do you think it could be kgb style surveillance? >> dana: i'm going to wait. i don't want to just see the memo. i would like to see the underlying evidence, the raw intelligence. >> jesse: will wear perceive that? >> dana: i don't know. i think congress has an oversight response building they're trying executed. i do think they've made an error. they think that they are able to say this memo has nothing to do with the bob mueller investigation. that's what the speaker said today on the floor. they are trying to say there's a separation. the end i don't see how they've actually effectively made that case because pretty much everybody was watching this is like, it's carter page, connected to the fisa warrant. he worked on the trump campaign and therefore bob mueller. i don't think that's been successful and there's another thing. when we talked about the fisa act, one of the things this most part about it is how you have foreign terrorists talking to americans, and that's how you end up being able to get a
wiretap on the person to find out how can you prevent an attack. i don't know what greg is doing. apparently the abuses and here are not part of that title in the law. it is something different, title i, and i don't think they've done a good job explaining that either. to me it's gotten way too partisan and i think completely ineffective. >> jesse: it's very partisan because now the democrats want to release their own memo and the white house is worried about the democrats leaking the memo at the wrong time. >> juan: you talk about hypocrisy, wow. i >> jesse: you talk a lot. kimberly. you don't even know what's in it. >> greg: the show that never aired because of all the stuff that happened on the show. the secret show. do you remember? >> dana: #releasethesecretshow. >> kimberly: the one susan
edited? >> greg: everybody has to vote. does "the five" release the secret show? >> jesse: go to the website and cast your vote. the president wants to release it. he just doesn't know when it should be released. >> kimberly: okay. in the interest of transparency in trying to have full disclosure, that's what he would like to do. this is one of things he campaigned on. would like to know what is in it because we would like to sort it out. there's a lot of perhaps hyperbole depending on what's in it, what's not unless a lot of partisan politics. when you see something like this, it's interesting because mostly it's the democrats stuff that leaks out, not the republicans. why's that? >> jesse: the republicans have seen it and it's not leaked yet. >> dana: i think the media, if they got their hands on the memo, they would run it. it's all i care wanting to protect classified information. >> jesse: on watters' world, we will try to protect national security so we would hold it back. >> greg: when i have seen on
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anti-nazi pastor who who is pom criticized germans for not speaking against adolf hitler. navarro is taking heat for her comparison. >> kimberly: i don't understand sometimes where she is coming from. i think she wants to be controversial for the sake of being controversial. i don't really understand sort of what is she getting at? she's trying to criticize? i don't know. i'm not someone who actually understands her positioning. i think it's inconsistent. >> juan: she is a republican, right? >> kimberly: that is the point, juan. >> juan: we have heard comparisons to stalin, and there's not explicit in this one but the stalin came from another republican, jeff flake. now you have suggestion, innuendo, that if you don't stand up, you are like people who didn't stand up to hitler. >> jesse: that's insulted --
ana navarro is a republican like you are a republican. it's a ruse to make a scene look fair and balanced. they put six democrats on and they put ana navarro on and they think it is squared away. if hillary were elected president, she would've fired james comey. you don't think for a minute hillary one of canned comey the second she took office question and she hated him. she is ridiculous, and so is cnn. >> dana: i think there must be something there or else he wouldn't have somebody like paul ryan say it's important for the memo to get out, so i think it's better for everyone to wait. let the process work, and see what's actually in the document. >> juan: i think we are waiting for the document but when you think about the president having removed comey, having removed mccabe. sessions under pressure. >> dana: christopher wray
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behind closed doors. that is strange. >> juan: come on. you are a smart guy. come on. questioning. this is about protecting donald trump. >> jesse: juan, when the feds spy on radical muslims, it is okay but -- the fisa judge used the fake dossier. to justify spying that is problematic. >> juan: involved in collusion, you say don't pay attention. >> jesse: if i see collusion, i will say collusion. >> greg: do i look like the boy from the christmas story? it's his >> juan: huggable.
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♪ >> kimberly: back to what's important. today, bringing the country together. that's what the state of the union is all about. that can't happen if you don't show appeared at least 12 democrat lawmakers say they are boycotting. one of them congresswoman maxine waters was an outspoken critic of president trump will deliver her own rebuttal on b.e.t. another lawmaker explains why he is a no-show. >> i respectively the office of the president but over the course of the last year, donald trump has demonstrated that he doesn't respect the office. he has lied repeatedly to the american people. he has sowed discord. he has failed to take advantage of opportunities to bring us together. i don't think there's anything to be gained by my dignifying a performance of a reality tv star. what he reads off a teleprompter
tells you nothing about what's in this man's head and in his heart. >> kimberly: greg, what do you make of the no-shows? >> greg: i wasn't listening to the man of the bow tie. i looked at him and i said i don't need to hear him. that's my point. see? i chose to boycott him. see how that doesn't work. if you remove conversation from this, all you have left is conflict and anger and possibly violence. we evolved as animals to have communication in order to move away from our impulses. if you go from impulse without debate, you have violence. so i think you should talk more and hit people last. that's my perception for a good life. i am freezing right now. >> kimberly: i can tell. he put on your gloves. >> dana: i had to start sitting on my hands. >> kimberly: good place for them. dana. >> dana: boycott her spirit okay. i worked for a congressman years ago when i first started on the
hill, republican from colorado and he never went to the state of the union address but he never told anyone he didn't go to the state of the union. he just went home and watched it on tv. >> greg: i would do that. >> dana: if you don't want to go, there's a way to do that without making a spectacle of it. >> kimberly: okay, jesse, what do you make of the people who are boycotting it? empty symbolism more effective boycotting? >> jesse: i think it is symbolism but i think it's selfish. i totally agree with dana. these people are drawing attention to themselves. they are not even drawing attention to the issues because no one picks about the issues that they are trying to fight for. everyone is seeing these people, if it's a bow tie, glasses, crazy hats, usually the most flamboyant left-wing people are the boy counters and that may play well with their base but that doesn't play well with most of the american people. most americans want this country to come together and take action, and that's what you're going to see tonight with the president. he is trying to bring everybody together and do thanks for the american people.
>> juan: those flamboyant supreme court justices who won't be there. so self-serving, so self aggrandizing. who's the one that's destroyed unity? >> jesse: i think they are not there because president obama tried to show them up to their face on the last state of the union. >> juan: you go so far back. >> jesse: do you remember that? i have a memory. i know you don't, but i do. >> juan: donald trump, all you have to remember is the first year of donald trump and how divisive he's been. >> jesse: president obama wasn't divisive, juan? >> juan: not like this guy. he has the lowest approval ratings in history. for this moment, i don't see how you can say the people who are saying this is not a good president and i am objecting and making it clear by not showing up, that they are to blame. that's ridiculous.
>> kimberly: what are they really going to accomplish? >> dana: press back home and that's probably what they care about the most. >> kimberly: is it in the best interest of the country, greg, they're going to sit out and take a knee? >> greg: i don't know. >> kimberly: i want to remind you you're getting paid to be here. >> dana: there is 1:30 left. >> greg: and then we have to have to do another whole segment about this. this messy sotu. i >> dana: our final thoughts are going to be awesome. >> kimberly: sit on one of those hand warmers. >> greg: i am. it's not working. my butt is cold, like my hearts. >> kimberly: the people boycotting who don't want to be there. >> jesse: i would ignore it, i wouldn't comment on it. i would deflect and not give
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♪ >> dana: back in the nation's capital with some final thoughts ahead of president trump's first state of the union address. >> kimberly: tremendous opportunity that presents itself to the president of the united states, a message of unification, a strong and proud america, themes that should resonate well with the men and women across the country. we've had tremendous inroads in terms of national security and foreign policy especially with the accomplishments he's made in terms of restoring the resume engagement, isis, all of the above. i think really strong messaging are paired also with the economy and the job numbers, that's something he can be very proud of. people are going to feel it in their wallet. tax reform getting done. he can build the momentum for some of the other legislative efforts he would like to accomplish.
>> juan: i think it is like real housewives of d.c. all the talk around town today was mrs. trump is going to be there because people feel like she has been missing for the last several days. that's good news. i think it is gossipy. a lot of what we have come to the trump era. as greg said, it's a state of the union but it's the sideshow, then reality tv the you can take your eyes off of. >> jesse: i don't know who is gossiping about that, juan. i really don't know. i have been thinking a lot about greg's outfit tonight and i think we came up with, he looks like the guy from "a christmas story." do we have a picture? can we do -- there we go! >> kimberly: oh, my god. >> jesse: look at that. >> kimberly: look at your hat. >> dana: he wishes he had that
hat. >> jesse: i agree with kimberly. prosperity, safety, great record to run on. trying to bring the country together and i think there are some things the democrats can get on board. >> dana: i say the economy being so much better and headlines across the country being so good gives the president obviously a lot to talk about tonight and a little victory lap is in order but it's also a time of the country can start to think about okay, in this period when we have a good economy, what we need to do to set up for the future, for success. worker retraining, infrastructure, whatever it is. i'm going to be looking for those things tonight. >> greg: i think it should be like me. short and sweet. and he should move on and say see you later. this is the last one you are ever going to say but i will be talking all week. follow me on twitter. having said that, in approximately seven or 8 minutes, i will be drinking. i will be drinking. >> jesse: alone.
>> kimberly: work off the chill. >> greg: complaining less and drinking more. >> juan: alcohol is going to make you colder. >> dana: you have one minute left. are we going to work on releasing the secret show? >> greg: i think we should. >> dana: we talked about in the commercial break and we're going to take a vote on whether "the five" should release a secret show we taped a while ago that had to get thrown in the trash. >> greg: a lot of ugliness. >> juan: the republicans want it out. >> dana: are you going to vote to release the secret show? >> juan: democrats, being obstructionist, having learned from republicans, they may try to block it. there is no keeping that show secret. >> jesse: juan is going to leak the secret show to cnn. >> dana: will help build up ratings. >> juan: it is going to greg's pal, lou dobbs.
>> dana: it's been fun and real cold. that's it for us. we will see you tomorrow with our breakdown of tonight's address. keep it right here on the fox news channel for continuing news coverage. over to our friend, bret baier. >> bret: thanks, dana. this is a fox news alert. i'm bret baier. coming to live tonight from the white house where president trump is putting the finishing touches on his first state of the union address. it figures to include heavy doses of optimism about the u.s. economy. even on a top down wall street today, republicans are ready to tear a tax law, a drastic cut regulations across the board, conservative judicial appointments, and the successful fight against isis so far. it will be a compilation of the presidents freshman euro compliments and an outline of his agenda moving forward. with a specific focus according to the president himself today on unifying a very divided country. chief white house correspondent john roberts is here to fill us